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Posted on: October 29, 2008 @ 08:08 AM
firebird
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Hi everyone - After I record a Song and pan different voices to the left and right, I can plug my headphones into the ES7, play the song, and the pan settings are fine - however, when I play the song through the mixer, plugging the headphones into the mixer or listening through the monitors connected to the mixer, all voices are mixed to the center.

Is there a setting, like maybe in Utilities, that I can set, that the voices are panned as I have set them to play in the ES7, as well as playing through the mixer? (basically hearing the same setup through the mixer as the ES7)

Thank you for your comments

  [ Ignore ]  

Posted on: October 29, 2008 @ 04:47 PM
Bad_Mister
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Re: Panning problems with ES7/Yamaha Mixer MW8cx

You should be able to hear the ES7 through the MW8CX in stereo.

What you have not told us is how you have the left and right outputs of the Motif ES connected to the MW8CX… what connectors are you using - what channels are you plugged into.

Connect as shown on page 15 of the MW8CX manual:
Take the left output of the ES and plug it into the L input of channel 3/4 (or channel 5/6 or channel 7/8)
Take the right output of the ES and plug it into the R input of channel 3/4, (or channel 5/6 or channel 7/8)

These channels are your stereo channels… You need two 1/4” cables but this should do it.

  [ Ignore ]  

Posted on: October 30, 2008 @ 05:10 AM
firebird
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Re: Panning problems with ES7/Yamaha Mixer MW8cx

Thanks for the prompt response Phil - I followed your directions and it works correctly.  Your the BEST!

  [ Ignore ]  


 
     


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